Tag: Opinion

Video Game Roundup Review: Platformers Special Part I

Article By: Michael Savich Hello, Michael Savich here, a writer for the Goucher Eye. As the local cyber-hipster, I play a lot of smaller, quirky games that nevertheless deserve a shoutout. The idea here is that if you see a game that interests you, you should feel free to look it up online and read

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Community is Built on Communication: Charles M. Blow at Goucher

Article Written by Kianna Haskin  Charles M. Blow filled the Kraushaar Auditorium with an abundance of energy and enthusiasm as he spoke on topics that are ever so pressing on the citizens of the United States. I sat waiting for him to provoke me with questions to fill up my mind. Blow’s words pricked curious

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Goucher Onion: Goucher Students More Likely to Rely on Construction Noise To Wake Them Up, According to Survey

Article Written by Destiny Lugardo A recent survey conducted by the Office of Residential Life has found that more and more students are now relying on construction noise to wake up rather than actual alarm clocks. “There’s nothing like the sound of middle-aged men in hard hats yelling vague profanities at each other at 6:30

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Super Mario Odyssey Review

Article By: Michael Savich It’s fascinating that whenever a new 3D Mario game appears on the horizon, one question people don’t ask is “Will it be good?” To Nintendo’s credit, there hasn’t been a poorly-received 3D Mario game yet. Granted, Nintendo likes to take their time when making Mario. Odyssey is only the fifth 3D

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Being Taxed on Tampons at Goucher

By Leah Ruggiere In the last couple of weeks, I noticed a 6% sales tax on my receipt for tampons at Goucher’s Bookstore. This surprised me because I knew about Maryland’s state law that exempts feminine hygiene products from state sales tax. I felt an urge to do something about this because I feel it is

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Goucher Onion: The Goucher Fox Transfers to American

By: Destiny Lugardo The Goucher Fox has reportedly decided to transfer to American University in Washington D.C. for the Spring semester. The beloved mammal had been a main staple on campus since its bizarre arrival a few semesters ago. At the height of the Fox’s popularity, the critter arguably outshined both Mortimer the Gopher and

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An Apple a Day keeps the Doctor away

Written By: Michael Savich Apple CEO Tim Cook paced across the stage at the newly opened Steve Jobs theater, located in Apple’s equally new Apple Park headquarters.“iPhone 8 [is] a new generation of iPhone, and a huge step forward. But we’re not stopping there. We do have one more thing,” Cook said. Apple had just

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

By: Michael Savich You wake up in a mysterious, dark cave surrounded by ominous glowing machinery. After a jaunt down a long hallway, you emerge onto a rocky outcropping that overlooks a world seemingly reclaimed by nature. Emerald hills sprawl out towards distant mountains, and what few man-made structures you can spot are falling apart.

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